Canopus ADVC-100 - VideoHelp Capture Card

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Canopus ADVC-100 DV/Firewire
DV Converter
Analog VideoIn
Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP
Vista NT4? MAC Linux
*based on user reports.
FireWire $250 9.7/10
159 votes
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Description (from the manufacturer site)
Convert your S-VHS, Hi8 and 8mm analog tapes to DV in one simple step using the ADVC-100. The converted DV streams are transferred to your PC or Mac via IEEE 1394 (i.Link, FireWire) and stored on your hard drive where they can be manipulated using your favorite photo or video editing applications. This device is ideal for all OHCI and DV-only capture cards for Macintosh or PC.

Proven DV CODEC Technology
At the heart of ADVC100 is Canopus\'s proprietary DV codec chip providing the industry\'s best picture quality preservation during analog-to-DV and DV-to-analog conversion.

Locked Audio Support
Other converters can lose audio/video sync when converting longer segments of video. The ADVC-100 is the first inexpensive DV converter that supports locked audio when converting from analog to digital, assuring perfect audio and video synchronization.

> High Quality (original hardware design, co-developed with NEC
> Custom hardware Codec chip (original Canopus algorithm)
> Locked Audio Support (capture long clips w/perfect audio sync)
> Analog output of NTSC color bars for reference signal)
> 4-pin DV jack on front; 6-pin FireWire jack on back
> Analog input connector on front
> Analog output connector on back
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Comments posted by Blackout from Australia, April 09, 2009:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP Vista NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 9 of 10.





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Comments posted by racer1 from United States, March 26, 2009:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Bob Bain from United States, March 28, 2007:
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Comments posted by Tony Garcia from United States, December 23, 2006:
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Comments posted by Marcio Sell from Brazil, April 11, 2005:
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Comments posted by Craig from United States, November 22, 2004:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 7 of 10.





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Comments posted by Stonechatz from United States, November 02, 2004:
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Comments posted by Tony from France, August 25, 2004:
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Comments posted by Jim Malenko from Australia, July 18, 2004:
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Comments posted by Johnny The Bronze from United States, June 25, 2004:
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Comments posted by Lee Whittingham from United Kingdom, May 13, 2004:
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Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 9 of 10.





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Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 9 of 10.





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